RedheadZombie November 27, 2014 Share November 27, 2014 Actually, if Reed and Alec really had intended to go along with the plan, then goading Keith or Wes into playing the idol would have been the best outcome: it flushes the idol out, and with 4 votes apiece for Keith and 3 for Wes, one of them would have gone home no matter who played it. It would have been worse if Wes had decided to keep the idol and not play it, because he'd still have it after Keith was voted out. But that doesn't even make sense to me. Reed wanted Keith and Wes to trust him so they could vote with him on Jon. Reed deliberately provoked Keith and Wes so they would distrust him and play their idol, yet still vote with Reed. That makes absolutely no sense, and that's why Reed's plan failed. Sure two idols have been flushed, but now no one trusts Reed. I don't see how this advantages Reed - at all. Link to comment
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